During Bryan Fischer‘s radio show today, a caller complained about higher education in the country because only “stupid” people go to college. Which is something you’d expect one of his listeners to say.
But that’s not what this post is about. In his response to the caller, Fischer made a side comment about atheists. The segments begins at the 4:55 mark:
… Somebody once said that if you don’t believe in God, it’s not that you will believe in nothing, you will believe in anything! So some of the things that these people believe and embrace are just so absurd, it’ll make your eyes roll back in your head.
Right. Because atheists, who ask for evidence and don’t just accept whatever some guy speaking into a microphone has to say, are the gullible ones.
Fischer, who obviously thinks he’s immune to believing nonsense, has said in recent months that Mt. McKinley was renamed because President Obama hates white Republicans, the movie theater shooter in Lafayette (Louisiana) was an Obama supporter even when he wasn’t, and that the Supreme Court’s marriage equality decision means it’ll soon be “illegal for Christians to hold public office.”
But we’re the ones who believe in absurdities.
(Thanks to Kyle for the link)